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Daily Bullets (May 31): OSU Planning on a Packed BPS for Oregon State Game

Tons on OSU and COVID-19 in here as well as a few Eddie Sutton tidbits.

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• BPS could be packed this fall. Fascinating and good interview of Chad Weiberg by Bill Haisten as they discuss what OSU’s crowd is going to look like come September.

During a Saturday phone interview with the Tulsa World, OSU deputy athletic director Chad Weiberg indicated that his university is planning to enter the season with no limitations on attendance. [Tulsa World]

• It sounds like the people who are making the decisions that actually affect whether football is going to be played are optimistic in a sustainable way about football being played. This is a good, good thing if you want football this fall (which I think every person reading this does).

Burns Hargis was (predictably) great on this fall and what OSU is working on to get the season cranked up.

On Rob Glass’ role when OSU returns from this pandemic.

• This by my guy Dennis Dodd on the NCAA, its future and how it isn’t really in charge of anything when it comes to college athletics (and specifically football) is terrific. Read it.

• I was out this week and I’m sure Steven already linked this in an earlier version of the Bullets, but Berry on Eddie was absolutely phenomenal.

• Also, here is a thing that I wrote about how I experienced Eddie growing up. And finally, Kyle Cox on Eddie and Bedlam was amazing.

• Why regionalized scheduling is more important than ever.

• Speaking of scheduling, Berry ranks OSU’s non-con slate eighth in the Big 12.

• Amen on George Floyd’s death and the ensuing protests was good.

Non-OSU Bullets

• Was on vacation with the kids all week, and I was the only one who suffered a severe sunburn. Big win. As for what I’ve been consuming: I’m finishing Mysterious Benedict Society Book 2 today and watched La La Land (which I loved!) with Mrs. Pistols earlier this week.

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